Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 26, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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Monday, September 26, 1966
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MONDAY, §ePT t ALCONA (Iowa) ABVAMCI-o Ulses-Zaiigg >vpdding Rosemary Sue Ulses, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Brvin Ulses, Buirt, and Daniel Zsiugg, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Zaugg, Algona, were married Saturday,'Sept. 10 at the St. John's Catholic dhiirch at Banciroft With 1R.9V. Francis Higgins officiating the double ring ceremony. •'•'...'.-. Acolytes were Gerald Lynch, Tim Lynch, Gerald Vaske and Russell Merike. Matron of honor was Mrs. Roger Ulses and bridesmaids were Patti Erpelding, .O.elwein .and Alice Lynch. Ernest Zaugg,, Columbus, Ohio, served as best nmn and groomsmen were Gene Ulses, brother of the bride, and Larry Zaugg, Rockford, III. Ushers were, brothers Thomas Ulses and James Zaugg. Mrs. Ray Forsyth, Maryville, Mo. sang "Ave Maria" accompanied by Mrs. Luwrc'iiea Govern. Following tihe wedding, a dinner for about 80 persons was served at the Algona K.C. Hall. Waitresses w&re Eileen Vaske, JoAnn Vaske, Diane Vaske, Linda Vaske, Jean Lynch and Mary Lou Vaske. A reception followed for 280-persons at the* hall. In charge of the guest book'were Mrs. James Zaugg and Mary Margaret Zaugg. Mrs. Dennis Lynch and Mrs. Ben Zaugg cut the wedding cake.. Pouring at the reception were godmothers Mrs. Ray Hogan, Clare, and Mrs. Leander Vaske. The groom is a student in electrical engineering at Iowa State University and has served three years in the Navy. The bride is employed in. the-physical plant department at the University. . ..,,!.,-, ":~~J Erpelding shows district champ at Clay Fair St. Jo«s — Donald Erpelding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, showed the District Ohamoion Angus Baby Beef at the Clay County Fair. Don received a halter from the Angus Assoc. He also showed Reserve Angus Heifer at the Fair. These calves were from the Berl Priebe an,d Son Angus Farm. C. D. of A. MEETING The CD of A of St. Joe held its monthly meeting Wednesday Sept. 14, for the opening of the new year with Mrs. N. J Wey dert, grand regent, presiding. The anual Court Guest Nigh will be held on Wednesday Sept. 28. State officers, neigh boring court officers and uas grand regents and non-member of the Parish as guests of this special event. Local court off ormer Shirley Wagner, daugh- sr of Mr. and Mrs. George Wager, from here. Mr. Brofer is son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Broer of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Vagher drove to Sioux Falls, D. to meet the visitors who a me by plane. Mrs. Milford Plathe and daugh- er Kristine and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner drove to Dubuque on Saturday where Kristine will at- end Clarke College and also vis ted with an aunt, Sister M Amalia O.S.F. Holy Family Hall returning home on Sunday eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohl- laas and Marvin and Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas spent'Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf at Centerville. Mrs. Alphonse Berte entertained her Five Hundred Club on Thursday afternoon with Mrs, Peter Bormann, Mrs. Joe Sinnwell and Mrs. E. J. Gales receiving prizes. Mrs. Wm, B. Devine will entertain the club at their next gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Francis ding took their sons Ray and Kenneth to Loras College on Sunday in Dubuque and visited with their son and brother, Jim _ r Erpelding, who teaches in St cers will be in charge of arrange- Mary's grade school in Keiler WJ8-, across the river at Du buque. Kenneth is a 1966 Gar rigan graduate and Ray, a 1965 Garrigan graduate attended St John's at Collegeville, Minn, as a freshman. Theresa Marie Kunkel, infan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Con rad Kunkel, born on Sept. 7, wa baptized on Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Don Loew. Select east for Lakota class play Lakota — Scheduled practices jegan last week for the up-coming Junior Class Play, "Grandma, A-Go-Go". The following students have been selected for the casting Connie Price is Aunt Lettie Boeker, Paula Krominga is Elizabeth Mrs. Damain Centgraff will be in charge of the Courtesy committee from the September meeting to December 14. Mrs. Joe Sinnwell was appointed Past Grand regent for the local court. A retreat for Catholic Daughters of America of Iowa will be held Oct. 7, '8 and 9 at the Martyrs Retreat House at Cedar Falls with reservations to be made with the grand regent by Sept. 22. A Spiritual Bouquet for the past National Grand Regent, Miss Margaret Buckley of New York, will be presented on her birthday, Sept. 26, in appreciation of her eight years of service. Lecturer, Mrs. David MoGuire, presented a short talk on "Talking to Our Lord and His Blessed Mother". Following the meeting Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, chaplain, gave a short talk. Lunch was served with Mrs. Joe Sinnwell receiving the plate prize. BjrUv day gifts were received by Mjrs, Mark Thilges and Mrs. Peter C. Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brofer, Gregg 4, and Laurie 2, Teinpe, Arw. arrived here Sunday for a two week visit with Tela4ive§ and Mends. Mrs. Brofer, the Smithers, Philip Thompson is Gerald Roeker, Cindy Goeke is >, Bob Christ is Bishop :,_ Cecil Mabus is Albert W harlie, Leslie Eichorn is Reginald, Pave Smidi is George, Susan Coy is Mrs Benton, Mona. Gal is Daisy and Ross Ells worth is Constable Beazley. The tentative presenita date wiU te .Oct. 18, under direotioii of Mr. Howard CHEVROL IT'S TIME AGAIN — time »o visit ycor Chevrolet dealer, the KOSSUTH MOTOR CO., and *ee what's new for '67 . . . we can tell you there's lots of new.thing* this year too. New styling — new safety — new comforts — and a brand new car, the CAMARO. Join with us for a few minutes Thursday (or Friday and Saturday if you can't stop in Thursday) and see the wonderful new Chevrolets for '67. Coffee and doughnuts all day, too. FREE COFFEE and THURSDAY -9 to 9 FOR XAMARO" The Camaro is a TOTALLY NEvV Chevrolet spartster that leads the Corvair and Corvette in a great trio of "fun" cars. It combines the aggressive spirit of a competition machine with the unique styling, comfort and luxury cf a four-passenger personal car. But don't take our word for it — SEE THE CAMARO THIS THURSDAY. SIX MODELS to choose from Chevrolets Corvair Corvette * Ghevelles Camaro Chevy II SEE THE ARS CAPRICE BEL AIR • BISCAYNE • IMPALA your Chevrolet Dealer CO HALL PHONE 29MW4 AL8HU.HWI

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